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    • War Gardens Over The Top

    • 1919
    • Boy with hoe chasing anthropomorphized produce, including pumpkin with an American flag, potato, tomato, and assorted root vegetables. Image has caption, "The Seeds of Victory Insure the Fruits of Peace." The observer is asked to write to the...
    • Barney, Maginel Wright, 1877-1966
    • War Gardens Victorious

    • 1919
    • Boy in overalls, carrying a hoe leads procession of anthropomorphized vegetables with an American flag. Text: "Every war garden a peace plant."
    • Barney, Maginel Wright, 1877-1966
    • Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt Book

    • 1855
    • Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt Book includes various recipes, organized by food types such as “Plain Cakes” and “Boiled Meat.” The book also includes information such as how to manage housekeepers and making crayons for blackboards.
    • Beecher, Catherine Esther
    • Trademark Application: Blish Milling Company

    • 1911
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by the Blish Milling Company. The application was for the manufacturing and selling wheat flour.
    • Blish Milling Company.
    • Letter: Ann L. Bowen to Henry H. Bowen, Oct. 16, 1864

    • 1864-10-16
    • Ann describes a recent fever she had, and tells of the neighbors' health. Despite her illness she has made progress on the farm and reports on various crops and animals. She is worried that a bear will get the cows and pigs during the cold snap...
    • Bowen, Ann L.
    • Letter: Ann L. Bowen to Henry H. Bowen, Jan. 14, 1865

    • 1865-01-14
    • Ann complains that she isn’t getting Henry’s letters due to the carelessness of the mail carriers. She has heard from Langley who says his unit is being sent to Charleston and that food supplies are scarce. Union troops are taking all of the...
    • Bowen, Ann L.
    • Letter: Ann L. Bowen to Henry H. Bowen, Oct. 26, 1864

    • 1864-10-26
    • Ann tells Henry of the harvest, the sowing of the wheat, and what prices she hopes to sell various crops for. She tells news of the some of men from town who are serving in Virginia and reports that mail sent to Virginia was already opened when it...
    • Bowen, Ann L.
    • Letter: Henry H. Bowen to Ann L. Bowen, Dec. 8, 1865 [1864]

    • 1865-12-08; 1864-12-08; 1864-12-10; 1865-01-06;
    • Note: this letter is dated December 8, 1865, but Henry discusses events of Dec. 10, 1864 and of the new year, 1865. It may be that the letter was begun on Dec. 8, 1864, and finished in 1865. Henry tells Ann that he has transferred ships, but they...
    • Bowen, Henry H.
    • Eat More Corn, Oats, and Rye Products

    • 1917
    • Image of fruits, vegetables, fish above text: "Eat more corn, oats, and rye products--fish and poultry--fruits, vegetables, and potatoes, baked, boiled and broiled foods. Eat less wheat, meat, sugar and fats to save for the army and our...
    • Britton, L. N.
    • Letter: Michael Brown to Zebulon B. Vance, March 18, 1863

    • 1863-03-18
    • A letter from Michael Brown to Governor Vance concerning the raid on his store by local women demanding his flour. This item was scanned as part of the American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration at the North Carolina State Archives. It was...
    • Brown, Michael
    • "A Female Raid" from the Carolina Watchman, March 23, 1863

    • 1863-03-23
    • A newspaper article discussing the issues behind the Salisbury Bread Riot. This item was scanned as part of the American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration at the North Carolina State Archives. It was part of the monthly documents on the...
    • Bruner, J. J.
    • Save the Products of the Land

    • 1917
    • Underwater scene with several fish. Text: "Save the products of the land. Eat more fish--they feed themselves." Poster is number 13 in a series.
    • Bull, Charles Livingston, 1874-1932
    • Trademark Application: Carolina Creamery Company

    • 1924
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by Carolina Creamery. Carolina Creamery was a locally owned dairy company that specialized in making ice cream, butter, and condensed milk.
    • Carolina Creamery Company.
    • Food Will Win the War

    • 1917
    • Immigrants aboard a ship passing the Statue of Liberty. Text: "Food will win the war. You came here seeking freedom. You must now help to preserve it. Wheat is needed for the allies. Waste nothing." Poster is number 18 in a series.
    • Chambers, Charles Edward, ca. 1883-1941
    • Don't Waste Food While Others Starve!

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    • World War I poster featuring a gaunt mother and children with starving people with arms raised in background. Poster is number 31 in a series.
    • Clinker, L. C.; Dwyer, M. J.
    • Save a Loaf a Week, Help Win the War

    • 1917
    • Hand holding a knife slicing a loaf of bread. Text: "Save a Loaf a Week, Help Win the War." Poster is number 3 in a series.
    • Cooper, Fred G. (Frederic Gross), 1883-1962

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